Alfred University's MFA in Electronic Integrated Arts is an interdisciplinary approach to electronic and digital processes. It provides a context in which to explore the relationships between the languages, processes, and forms of emerging electronic/digital technologies with those of painting, printmaking, photography, design, video, and sonic art. This program of interdisciplinary study is committed to permeating the shared boundaries between traditional and expanding technologies and is grounded in digital media. Students who complete this MFA program will be prepared to take their place in the world as practicing artists, educators, and leaders who are discovering new spheres of cultural discourse and making significant contributions in the field of emerging digital media practices. The deadline for portfolio submission and application to Alfred University's MFA-Electronic Integrated Art program is January 15. Please note that MFA-EIA applicants are not required to use SlideRoom for portfolio submission: please see www.alfred.edu/admissions/apply/grad-art-portfolio.cfm for requirements and submission instructions.
The Electronic Integrate Art two-year program is highly competitive; five Electronic Integrated Art students are admitted annually. Each accepted MFA candidate is given full tuition funding and a financial stipend, either as a teaching assistant or as an intern, within the School of Art and Design program.
School of Art & Design
Gifted students experience an unmatched educational experience with a curriculum that provides a true multi-disciplinary environment for creative and scholarly research in art. The creative energy of the School of Art and Design is centered on the vigorous ambitions of its students and the commitment of its faculty. Our faculty members are dedicated teachers who focus on your individual development. They are also renowned artists and scholars who actively exhibit and publish their work.